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MOP to Invest US$17.7mn in Beltway Junctions

Bnamericas Published: Tuesday, September 05, 2000
Chile's Public Works Ministry (MOP) will invest US$17.7mn over the next 18 months in infrastructure on Santiago's Americo Vespucio beltway with the objective of reducing traffic congestion, MOP minister Carlos Cruz announced, as reported by Chilean press. Works consist of the construction of two junctions at Americo Vespucio-El Salto, and Americo Vespucio-Recoleta, and a multi-level junction at Independencia-Americo Vespucio. The MOP will finance all the works itself, apart from the Independencia-Americo Vespucio junction which will be financed jointly by the MOP and private highway concessionaire Autopista Los Libertadores, which operates Route 57 Santiago-Los Andes. The three junctions are due to be completed within two years.

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